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Chadbourne, Plaintiffs Trade Blows in Batch of New Filings

March 24th, 2017 — The American Lawyer

As it appeared on the American Lawyer Brian Baxter, The Am Law Daily Three current and former female partners seeking conditional certification of a gender bias class action against Chadbourne & Parke saw the firm file its response opposing that motion late Thursday. Chadbourne’s managing partner Andrew Giaccia and former firm products liability chair Mary […]

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Chadbourne Pressed Women Attys to Pan Bias Suit, Vet Says

March 23rd, 2017 — Law360

As it appeared on Law360 By Andrew Strickler Law360, New York (March 23, 2017, 9:05 PM EDT) — Facing a $100 million proposed class action accusing the firm of systematic discrimination against women lawyers, Chadbourne & Parke LLP’s D.C. office head pressured other female partners to sign a letter disavowing the allegations, one of the […]

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Chadbourne Lawyer Says She Was Pressured To Disavow Gender Bias Suit

March 23rd, 2017 — Bloomberg Big Law Business

As it appeared in Bloomberg Big Law Business By Stephanie Russell-Kraft Mary Yelenick, a Chadbourne & Parke lawyer who recently joined a gender discrimination suit against the firm, claims she and other female partners were pressured to sign a letter disavowing the lawsuit. In a sworn declaration filed in Manhattan federal court on Thursday, Yelenick said Abbe […]

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Ex-Practice Leader Attacks Chadbourne’s Origination Credit System

March 15th, 2017 — New York Law Journal

As it appeared in the New York Law Journal Brian Baxter, The Am Law Daily Mary Yelenick, a former chair of Chadbourne & Parke’s products liability group who last month sought to join a $100 million gender discrimination case against the firm, has filed a declaration with a federal court in New York detailing her […]

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Ex-Practice Leader Attacks Chadbourne’s Origination Credit System

March 15th, 2017 — The American Lawyer

As it appeared in the American Lawyer Brian Baxter Mary Yelenick, a former chair of Chadbourne & Parke’s products liability group who last month sought to join a $100 million gender discrimination case against the firm, has filed a declaration with a federal court in New York detailing her claims and criticizing the firm’s methods […]

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Ex-Chadbourne Partner of 35 Years Decries Firm’s ‘Origination Inheritance’ System

March 15th, 2017 — As it appeared on Bloomberg Big Law Business

As it appeared in Bloomberg BNA Add Mary Yelenick, a longtime Chadbourne & Parke partner and onetime head of the product liability group, to the list of women who say the “male-dominated culture” of the firm’s management committee has led to decades of systematic discrimination against female attorneys. In a sworn declaration filed in Manhattan […]

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Ex-Practice Leader Attacks Chadbourne’s Origination Credit System

March 15th, 2017 — Law.com

As it appeared on Law.com BY BRIAN BAXTER Mary Yelenick, a former chair of Chadbourne & Parke’s products liability group who last month sought to join a $100 million gender discrimination case against the firm, has filed a declaration with a federal court in New York detailing her claims and criticizing the firm’s methods of […]

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Bon Secours Ducking Medicaid Fraud Discovery, Relator Says

March 13th, 2017 — Law360

As it appeared on Law360 By Kyle Jahner Law360, Washington (March 13, 2017, 4:09 PM EDT) — A would-be whistleblower asked a New York federal judge Friday to sanction Bon Secours Health System for obstruction during discovery in a lawsuit accusing a Bon Secours subsidiary of Medicare and Medicaid fraud. In a letter to U.S. […]

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Overland Solutions faces workers’ class suit

March 9th, 2017 — Insurance Business America

As it appeared in Insurance Business America by Allie Sanchez Insurance inspectors of a California services provider have filed a class suit against the company alleging it deliberately misclassified them to avoid paying proper wages. Overland Solutions is now facing a class suit filed by its inspectors for reported violations of the state’s labor code. […]

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Insurance support firm sued for misclassifying workers

March 8th, 2017 — Business Insurance

As it appeared on Business Insurance Judy Greenwald Plaintiff law firm Sanford Heisler L.L.P. has filed a putative class action against an insurance underwriting support services firm, charging that it misclassified its insurance inspectors as independent contractors rather than employees. The complaint against Overland Park, Kansas-based Overland Solutions Inc., which was filed in state superior […]

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